Resources: Translation and Interpretation

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In the past, we’ve featured a number of articles on breaking into the field of translation or interpretation, and an important part of any career course in these areas is being aware of organizations and events relevant to that work.

Regardless of language, being a part of the community, aware of necessary qualifications and ethical guidelines, sharing resources, etc. are important ways to participate in and learn from the field. Here we list a variety of resources in translation and interpretation, including organizations, conferences, certifications, and more.

In alphabetical order:

Tofugu has also put out a really good guide to the fundamentals of the translation industry, starting from various skill levels, which can be found here.

More resources to add? Leave them in a comment or send them to us at!

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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1 Response to Resources: Translation and Interpretation

  1. Linka says:

    I’m a student at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies, which has a Master’s degree program in Translation and Interpretation. Because of Covid, classes are now on a fully hybrid set up, which means you can get your degree completely online. Also, if you were on the JET Program, you get a guaranteed scholarship.

    Other resources I’d suggest are Translators without Borders and a subscription to Multilingual Magazine

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